How to Enable Full URLS in Google Chrome 83
Google Chrome 83 is now available for download on all supported platforms, and as we told you already, this is a major release, as it includes several significant changes going forward.
One of them is the addition of tab groups, which make it possible for users to better manage their tabs, especially when having tens of them active at the same time. Organizing tabs in groups is a way to work more efficiently in Google Chrome, and there’s no doubt similar functionality will soon go live in other Chromium-based browsers shortly, including in Microsoft Edge.
But at the same time, Google Chrome 83 comes with a change that was introduced by its predecessors and which many users actually doesn’t like: it no longer shows the http and www tags in the URL bar, which means you’re only seeing the domain and the page you’re visiting.
This is because https is the preferred version in the first place, so Google assumes that all sites have already migrated to this standard by no… (read more)
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